Famous Photoshopper James Fridman (trust us, you know his work), has come out with a new character that goes by the name "Bobli" and everyone has fallen in love! Bobli loves all things watermelon and has an online store where all profits generated will be donated to the James Fridman Foundation that helps and supports children and young people affected by social issues. You can follow Bobli on Instagram, @heyimbobli! Check out the wholesome character below:
Though there is some conflict regarding the origin of International Women's Day, scholars generally associate it with the 1907 march of New York's textile workers. The march brought some 15,000 women to the streets from the needle and textile industry to demand better working conditions and shorter hours. International Women's Day was formally recognized by the United Nations in 1975 and is now celebrated in over 140 countries. We have collected some of the thought provoking comic strips to help commemorate the day while taking the time to remind us of the importance of making comics more inclusive and representative of the world around us.
A cartoon has been making rounds in the Twitterverse and for all the right reasons. Businessman and Indian billionaire Anand Mahindra tweeted this comic and it has opened many people's eyes.
What if superheroes got old? It seems impossible, right? Because superheroes and cartoon characters don't age and we often regard old age as the period in which our lives begin to decay and we cannot afford our superheroes to go down that path, right? But in order to make them more relatable, Russian artist tried to do just that and the result is hilarious, fun and eye-catching. Leysa Guseva, a Perm-based Russian graphic artist, created a series of illustrations imaginatively called "Pensioners". This is where we get to see our favourite Marvel, DC and even Disney characters finally taking a well-deserved rest, without giving up their duties entirely. Via: The Awesome Daily
Popular comic illustrator Yehuda Adi Devir is no stranger to this. In fact, Devir and his wife Maya recently became pregnant and he captured their entire experience in a series of hilariously relatable comics. For more of his brilliant comics, visit his instagram page.
The Awkward Yeti is a series created by cartoonist Nick Seluk. It's an ongoing script comic that follows Lars the yeti, as he experiences everyday social awkwardness at work, in his social life, even while dating. And best part? His comics are just so relatable you'll just cry from laughing.
Then there came his popular spinoff, Heart and Brain. The comic follows the inner dialogue between the society-influenced Brain and the impulsive, optimistic and extremely cute and pure Heart. Together, the three characters (lars, brain, and heart) were formed and with every comic grew in personality as well.
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Ever been in a situation that made you feel a bit, uncomfortable? Don't worry you aren't alone! So much so, that someone even made comics that we are pretty sure we can ALL relate too!
Mariya Popandopulo, is the creator and illustrator of the comics Pink&Roses. Her illustrations are "black and white little girly sketches with a touch of pink", as she puts it. Her comics are basic everyday situations we can all see ourselves doing.
For more check out her Instagram